Animal Hospice Group (AHG) is here for you.
When animal companions approach end of life, their humans can feel helpless, unsure, and inadequate. How can we support them best? How can we help families? The Animal Hospice Group is committed to helping, educating, and certifying veterinary team members, practitioners, and caregivers for better animal end-of-life care.
Our goal is to provide comfort for them, and confidence for you.
Better Care - Options Are Available
The death of an animal companion is painful for caregivers and difficult for practitioners. Even veterinarians have expressed feelings of inadequacy and not knowing what to say. What options are there? Families are often given only three choices: expensive surgeries, short-term medications, or euthanasia. Animal Hospice Group believes we can do better for practitioners, caregivers, and especially...our animal companions.
At AHG, we are here to help.
“If you go through this process [hospice-supported natural death] with courage and grace, I promise that you will no longer fear death, and your perspective on life will be forever changed to one of acceptance and peace. What greater legacy can our animals leave us?”
~ Gail Pope, AHG Founder
Be the Best -
Learn from the Best!
Our goal is to educate (through our online instruction) as well as to train, equip, and mentor you to become certified in Animal Hospice Care.Learn More
Confidence for You -
Comfort for Them
At AHG, we offer a broad range of knowledge backed by 100+ years of experience. We have developed emotionally rewarding approaches for animal hospice care and certification. You will learn what to consider and recommend, then how to proceed. Through teaching, training, mentoring, and practice you can build confidence in the comfort you provide.
When You Work with AHG
- Expert mentors with diverse backgrounds
- A community and a network you can trust
- Internship and certification opportunities
- A mix of live discussion groups and work-on-your-own lessons
- Confidence with clients and families
- Proven end-of-life options
- Better care and comfort for caregivers
- Specific processes for hospice care
- Emotionally rewarding work
"Animal hospice means seeing through the veil and viewing death not as an adversary to be feared but as a doorway to other states of being."
~ Dr. Kathryn D. Marocchino, AHG Founder
We are building a network of certified instructors, mentors, and fellows through live and online instruction. Whether you’re an animal practitioner or a caregiver, we have the information you need to love animals to the very end.
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